THURSDAY FEBRUARY 5, 1987 – SATURDAY FEBRUARY 28, 1987
Luca Pizzorno’s installation centers around composed cut-outs wrought from discarded tin pieces and sheet metal. The shape of the figures referenced figures in Egyptian, Mayan, African, and Etruscan mythologies with an elegant and simple style. Like many other works of urban primitivists, Pizzorno’s installations call for a re-examination of the role of ancient archetypes play in contemporary psychic landscape.
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